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Re: The future of Maelstrom

  • Subject: Re: The future of Maelstrom
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2006 16:07:10 -0700

My server set up a filter and since then only the occasional spam sneaks
through.  However there are filters you can install yourself, and while I'm
not personally familiar with them you can ask others.


>I would like to say that I am not keen on Yahoo - when I belonged to another
>newsgroup that was on Yahoo I was receiving masses and masses of spam.   So
>much so that I eventually changed my ISP.  I would not want to have to stop
>receiving mail from the Robin.  However, I cannot offer any other ideas.

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